Intro: It was a dark, rainy day. I looked out the window of the school, waiting for my momma to come and take me with her. I hate school and it was because the other kids always laugh at me for how I looked. They were all small, little and cute and I am this big worm with big wings and it looks like I have no mouth. They’d call me names like “do-do pie”, “worm brain”, “stupid” and “ugly”. The worst part was that they always got their way. I would fight whoever made fun of me and I think they deserve it. But the teacher lady didn’t think so.
“Giratina! No fighting in class!” she yelled.
“But teacher, they were being mean” I said.
“Nah uh, Giratina. That’s not how you handle things. You know, this happens everytime someone says something you don’t like and I will not allow you to hurt any of the other children, so I’m sending you outside.” The teacher said as she pointed to the door.
Without saying anything, I went outside and waited for momma to come get me. The worst part? It was raining. I felt as if they threw me out there like if I was nothing. They didn’t even care if I was going to get sick. How can they throw me outside for something those kids deserved in the first place? They laughed at me, they made me angry, and so I hurt them. Why not? They hurt MY feelings.
The more I thought about this, the angrier I became. I really want to destroy the school for what they’ve done. But, I was trying not to do that because I don’t want momma to be mad at me. She has not been mad at me yet and I want to keep it that way. So instead, I let out a big cry. It was like; I took all of my anger and turned it into sadness. I was cold, wet and casted outside. So I had every reason to cry.
But, as loud as I was crying, no one would pay attention to me. Some of the kids were pointing and laughing at me.
“AHAHAHA! That stupid head gets what she deserves!” one kid said.
I wanted to hurt that kid, but I couldn’t. The windows her locked shut and so was the door. So I was powerless. So I sat there and cried, hoping that someone, just someone would hear me. Well, one person did hear me.
“Huh? Why is my Giratina out in the rain?” said a familiar voice behind me.
I turned around and it was momma ready to get me from school. She stood tall, looked like me but was bigger and has a visible mouth and legs. Her wings were also bigger and prettier than mine. Boy was I excited to see her. I rushed to give her a big hug while still crying.
“Giratina, why are you crying?” momma asked.
“Momma! It was horrible! They were mean and called me names. So I fought them like I have always done. But this time, the teacher left me out here and now they are laughing at me!” I sobbed, still holding on to her.
“Giratina… my poor Giratina…” she whispered. She was sad for me because she could see that I was wet and cold. Worst part was that no one cared that I was out here suffering.
As I held on to her, I suddenly can feel her shaking. Was she cold? It WAS raining and I was cold. Maybe she was as well.
“Momma, are you cold?” I asked.
“No Giratina, I’m actually am angry. My poor Giratina is left out here...” she answered.
At that point, I really hope that she’s not angry with me. Because when she gets angry, it’s not pretty. So I try my hardest to not make her mad. I think that as of now, this is a first that I would see her mad. When I looked up at her, I saw her powering up a huge fireball in her mouth.
“Noo! Did I make you angry?” I asked.
Then, it happened. BLAST! Momma used her fireball attack to hit the school building. In turn, the school was destroyed and everyone was lying on the floor, moaning and groaning. That moment, I couldn’t help but smile. That was something I’ve wanted to do because I feel that they deserve it. They all did. Every single burn on them… they deserved it.
However, I can see that this wouldn’t stop with my classmates. She then powered up another fire ball and shot it at another building. This is how she deals with her anger. By attacking anything and everything in plain sight. Kinda like how I do it except I just attack the people who give me a hard time. But they deserve it. That’s how we look at it.
But, her rampage was getting a little out of hand because she was attacking almost every building in the city.
“NOOO! Stop before it’s too late!” I cried out.
All of a sudden we see a light. A very bright light shining in our faces. It was so bright, that I had to keep my eyes closed. I couldn’t fight to even open them because it was that bright. All I knew was that I was behind momma. I held on to her tail tightly as I was waiting for the light to disappear. Even though my eyes were closed, I can sense whether the light as gone or not and I can see it fading away. I opened my eyes and I saw it.
I saw a huge horse like Pokemon with a pointy round thingy around him and pointy ears. She just stood there, looking at us with a glare in his eyes. He looked rather scary to me as I hid behind momma’s tail.
“Arceus!” Momma yelled out.
“Now, you have really done it. Giratina, I have no other option but… banishment…” Arceus said with a serious tone.
“NOOOOO!” I cried.
A portal opened right before my eyes. This made me cry, because I was going to see momma disappear right before my very eyes. The thought of losing her… it just makes me angry and upset. She was my closest friend. Well my only friend. She was the only one who understood me and cared about me when no one else did. And when she gets banished, then I would be alone.
“Giratina! Don’t cry for me, Giratina. Here!” momma gave me a teddy bear. “I made this for you. Take it as a piece of me...”
I took the teddy bear and gave it a big hug. “Oh thank you!” I said.
Now, I couldn’t really hear what she said to me last, but I think it was something like “Giratina… promise me…”
That point, I believe that she wanted me to seek revenge. And for taking her away from me, that’s what I will do. “Yes, I promise!”
At that point, she disappeared right before my eyes. And so did Arceus. All alone and scared, I closed my eyes and let out a huge scream. However, when I opened my eyes, I ended up in a weird place. The walls around me were white, pictures all over the walls; I was in bed… holding my teddy bear. This could mean… that I had a nightmare.
-The reason why when Giratina's mom speaks, the words are in italics is because it's mostly a transliteration of which only Giratina herself can understand. When her mom speaks, it sounds like "RAWRRR" or Godzilla to us.
-Even thought I briefly described her, here's what Giratina's mom looks like: link
-Giratina's mom does have a name, even thought I wont mention it in the story. It's Giratina!
-this event really did happen in Giratina's life as you will find out later in the story.